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Hi, my friend recently got a new PC. The configuration is Q6600, EVGA 780I SLI board, 8800GTS 512 MB, 4 GB(2*2) Corsair RAM, Cooler Master 600W psu. We assembled it few days back. The drivers for the mobo and the video card are updated. But since last evening, there was a physical memory dump twice. Once when i connected my cell phone over a usb cable and the other time when i enabled the LAN. Also, please note that we are using a 4 pin power cable for the CPU and not the 8 pin one as there is no 8 pin power cable that comes with the PSU. I wanted to know what could be the cause for the blue screen? I haven overclocked it or changed any settings. All the settings are at default. One more thing i noticed is that the graphics driver is 169.35. My friend says he got this from the Nvidia site, but when i checked it again, 169.25 was mentioned in the site. Should i revert back to the old drivers? Please help. Thanks.

Sorry, i meant "Windows" in the title.
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Can you give what type of Blue screen it gives? There are various types of reasons why a bsod occurs.

Like for example what type of error message shows up.
Which one?
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first off, you NEED the 8pin.. find a way.. there are adapters for that.
Well, physical mem dump isn't often related to mem problem, so you shouldn't worry about that... mem dumps are usually os... repair your os.. see how that helps
    
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Can you give what type of Blue screen it gives? There are various types of reasons why a bsod occurs.

Like for example what type of error message shows up.
Which one?
Well i dint notice it exactly as to what the error was. All i remember was the physical memory dumping at the lower end of the screen. Any other way to find out as to y the bsod occoured?
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Well i dint notice it exactly as to what the error was. All i remember was the physical memory dumping at the lower end of the screen. Any other way to find out as to y the bsod occoured?




any of these?

As I have stated it could be your drivers, your RAM Your PSU many things.

I used to get BSOD from my faulty DDR2 RAM ATM I have to live with SD RAM
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any of these?
The screen was similar to the one shown, but all i remember is the status of the physical memory dump at the bottom of the screen. I dont remember what the error messages was. I will try to run something cpu intensive to try if i will get the bsod again.
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first off, you NEED the 8pin.. find a way.. there are adapters for that.
Well, physical mem dump isn't often related to mem problem, so you shouldn't worry about that... mem dumps are usually os... repair your os.. see how that helps
Which of the below are the right 4 pin to 8 pin adapters?
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...oducts_id=3204
http://409bruce.com/index.php?main_p...roducts_id=263
http://www.pcpartscollection.com/4posuto8atxm.html
http://www.monstermarketplace.com/Co...g2976a181.html
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/53...html?tl=g11c28
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post #8 of 10
You don't NEED a 4 to 8 pin adapter. I run my mobo on 4 pin instead of 8 and it runs great.
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You don't NEED a 4 to 8 pin adapter. I run my mobo on 4 pin instead of 8 and it runs great.
Are you sure? Coz lot of people said its better to use the adapter. And what about the overclocking it? Will be able to do it with the 4 pin?
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The 4 pin to 8 pin adapter will NOT provide any more power or make any difference. Skip it.
Run memtest to test the memory....
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